Carnivals and Festivals
Carnival of Personal Finance #153: the Q & A edition, hosted by Money and Values, selected my article Dividend Conspiracies.
Festival Of Stocks: 89th Edition hosted by Stock Pursuit, selected my article American Capital Strategies (ACAS) Dividend Analysis
Money Hacks Carnival #13 — Money Saving Hacks Edition, selected my article on Dividend Champions Watchlist.
One of DivGuy's stocks, Diana Shipping (DSX) Increased its Dividend by 41%. This is one of the few dividend blogs which are updated regularly.
If you are still unsure about dividend investing, Dividends4Life presented Seven Important Reasons for Dividend Investing that would turn you into a dividend junkie.
The Dividend Guy asks his readers which one is more important, Dividend Yield or Dividend Growth?.
Living Off Dividends asked his readers How Passive Is Your Passive Income?. He even quoted my analysis of ACAS there.
Rising Dividend Investing presented WW Grainger: Old Fashion is in Style. He believes that GWW is 15-20% undervalued. You could read my analysis of GWW. I personally think that GWW is a buy on dips below 80.
The Money Gardener presented Canadian investment styles diverge. Basically canadian dividend stocks are underperforming the broad market average. Does short term market fluctuations concern MG? Not at all. He believes that when most investors are ignoring these dividend paying firms, is usually the best time to get involved.
Contrarian Value Investing presented Warren Buffett added to Unitedhealth Group. For all of you Buffet Watchers this might be a good tip to invest in. After all, if you had followed Buffet's investments over the past 3 decades, you would have outperformed the S&P 500.
Tyler from Dividend Money posted Why I Like Capstone Mining - CS.TO.
MoneyNing is having a Honeymoon Giveaway of More Than $1000. On June 1st, 2008, he will divide his highest RSS subscriber count (currently at 1,095) by 10 and give away 10 equal prizes for the following 10 days.
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